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Thanks for your reply guys.

I found game which is not stable on 2075/2088 it is war Thunder, you can check it as game is free. I can play witcher 3 doom etc without any issues but war Thunder gives me red artifacts when
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I did not know this! The 54c thing is crazy, the card shouldn't be clocking down till it hits temp limit. I guess I should finish reading this thread so I know these kinds of things. I'm assuming the temp downclocking is from bios?

Its from super ultra boost 3.0
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I guess the solution here is to watercool the cards, otherwise we're all gonna throttle.
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It will be hard to keep card under 54, bios tweak is the answer
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My first speed drop occurs at 48*c (2063 to 2050) then at 54*c it drops again (2050 to 2037). I'm not sure what happens beyond that because I never get above 56*. My fan curve looks like a cliff, 20% fan speed until 45* where it rises nearly straight up to 100% at 48*.

I will hopefully have mine under water this weekend and I shouldn't have any trouble keeping it under 48* with a 480mm rad and 8 fans.
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Wait which GTX 1070 are you using? Brand/Model.

I know every card is different, and every cards boosts differently, but how are you only getting 2063MHz with +235 MHz on the core?

I get 2100MHz by adding +110 Mhz (which is where I start seeing artifacts). But by using +106MHz it's perfectly stable (stress testing, bechmarking, and gaming for hours). That basically translates to 2088 MHz.

As for memory I've went up to +800 and it's stable, I haven't pushed further though. I went back down to +666 and left it there.

My current setup for the last few days has been this:

Core Voltage = 100%.
Power Limit = 126%
Core Clock = +106 MHz
Memory Clock = +666 MHz

That and the custom fan curve I posted earlier give me brilliant results and a nice boost over stock on my MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X.

Downloaded the beta of Afterburner and still after an hour of tinkering I still can't get the memory any more than +200 stable before artefacts come into play. Only difference with the beta is with the little voltage boost keeping and keeping +235 on the core getting up to 2088mhz stable sometimes flickers 2100 mhz. FE MSI GTX 1070
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Maybe the cooling and power delivery systems on the aftermarket cards is helping out the memory. It's tough to compare a reference card with a custom PCB card, there are quite a few variables.
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I did not know this! The 54c thing is crazy, the card shouldn't be clocking down till it hits temp limit. I guess I should finish reading this thread so I know these kinds of things. I'm assuming the temp downclocking is from bios?

I said we, but I meant me tongue.gif

Nah I said we because I assume others have definitely noticed it too. Because it's really frustrating. I can't believe these stupid and moronic implementations are made. I can guarantee it's intentional to nerf our cards.

Hopefully unlocked and modified BIOSES in the future can fix these stupid implementations.

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FE MSI GTX 1070

I've heard this several times now by those who own the FE. However the positive with the FE is that the core can clock higher. People who get them water cooled almost guarantees them 2150Mhz on the core.
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I can guarantee it's intentional to nerf our cards.

Multiple throttle points is not something that is new to Boost 3.0 or the 10 series.




And it technically isn't throttling, just boosting less. Everything above the clock you set is "extra" mhz provided by the boost feature which uses multiple data points to calculate how much boost to give.
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How do you keep your cards so cool ?? My card easily goes over 75*C even at default settings reaching 80*C. I tried every possible fan combination to change airflow with no decent result . I thought I solved the problem but nowhere near. Could my card be faulty ? The back plate gets so hot I can't even keep my hand on it.
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How do you keep your cards so cool ?? My card easily goes over 75*C even at default settings reaching 80*C. I tried every possible fan combination to change airflow with no decent result . I thought I solved the problem but nowhere near. Could my card be faulty ? The back plate gets so hot I can't even keep my hand on it.

My case is open (core P5) and ambient is around 21c. The cooler on the MSI manages to keep the card between 50*-56*c with 100% fan speed in those conditions. I have had a few long (6+ hours) gaming sessions and it still managed to keep that 56*c max.
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